How do labor and management view collective bargaining?

How do labor and management view collective bargainingHow do labor and management view collective bargaining?

Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Thomas A. Kochan,
and John Calhoun Wells

Since the passage of the National La- bor Relations Act in 1935, collective bargaining has been the primary means by which U.S. workers can collectively negotiate terms and conditions of em- ployment with their employer. Currently, more than 100,000 contracts are in effect, covering approximately 9 million workers and their employers in the private sec- tor.1 (An additional 8 million workers are covered under labor agreements in the public sector.) Despite the importance of collective bargaining, the number of workers covered under bargaining con- tracts has steadily declined for nearly four decades.

How do labor and management view collective bargaining?

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